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Maharashtra: Reopening of schools in Mumbai, Pune, Nashik delayed as Omicron fears grow

Major cities and district health authorities in the state are gearing up for Omicron by keeping hospitals beds, liquid medical oxygen stocks, medicines, and other health infrastructure ready

Published on 30th November 2021
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Always afraid that some wall or ceiling may fall on us: Why Telangana's junior doctors are wearing helmets to work

A ceiling fan recently collapsed on a PG student, renewing demands for a new building for the centuries-old Osmania General Hospital. Workers and patients shouldn't suffer for heritage, say students

Published on 5th November 2021
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NEET 2021: Were the results better or worse as compared to last year? What do students need to do next?

The NEET exam and results are done and dusted. As we move into the counselling process amidst what has been a tumultous year for the medical entrance test, here's a breakdown of the story so far

Published on 3rd November 2021
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NEET 2021 topper Karthika Nair on getting a perfect 720/720: I never thought I would get all the questions right!

Karthika G Nair, a Mumbai resident, scored the maximum possible score of 720 in the medical entrance exam. This is what she had to say

Published on 3rd November 2021
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PM Modi has approved 157 new medical colleges across India: Health Minister Mansukh Mandviya

Mandviya said that the Government of India has set up 8,000 Jan Aushadhi (Public medicine) centres and claimed that more than 20 lakh people are availing benefits at such stores

Published on 26th October 2021
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Here's why the National Medical Commission wants medical colleges and hospitals to regulate antibiotic use

The communiqué, sent by Bhushan to the NMC last week meanwhile also asked the regulator to amend the current medicine syllabus with clear norms on when not to prescribe antibiotics for patients

Published on 21st October 2021
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Will Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg win a Nobel Peace Prize this year? 

The Nobel Peace Prize would be awarded on October 8. A week of Nobel Prizes kicks off on October 4 with Physiology or Medicine

Published on 1st October 2021
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Power Gummies: How this Delhi start-up's candy can help ease period pain, give you better hair

Divij Bajaj, Founder of Power Gummies, tells us about his product range and how he is revolutionising India's nutraceutical market — in a way that isn't capsuley or look like a mainstream medicine

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Study shows that antibiotic levels can be determined through breath samples

This will enable personalised dosing of medicines against infectious diseases on-site and help to minimise the development of resistant strains of bacteria

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Study finds women receive less credit for their work in academic publications

The findings were drawn from an analysis of 5,575 survey responses from researchers in the natural sciences, medicine, engineering, social sciences, and professional fields

Published on 6th September 2021
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Panel suggests fresh law for admission to medical colleges based on marks, override NEET: TN govt

The 2007 TN law provided for admission to engineering, medicine, dental, agriculture and other allied courses on the basis of marks in the qualifying exam and it received the President's assent

Published on 2nd September 2021
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How reasonable is the compulsory rural service for PG high speciality doctors?

The Directorate of Medical Education in Tamil Nadu just ordered a fine of Rs 50 lakh on students who skipped compulsory rural service. Here’s why

Published on 27th August 2021
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Jawaharlal Nehru University to soon start medical college and a 500-bed hospital

This school will offer PhD, MDPhD, MD, MS, DM, MCh and MBBS degree programmes with an emphasis on modern medicine integrated with traditional medicine and knowledge systems

Published on 18th August 2021
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Constricted by rare spinal disorder, this Chennai prof is crowdfunding Rs 72 lakh for a new miracle drug

He fears that if he doesn’t get the medicine on time, he will no longer be able to teach. And that is what defines his life’s purpose — to survive for a meaningful life

Published on 16th August 2021
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This NGO is expanding the horizons of learning in government schools, with the help of good ol' WhatsApp

The cry to look in directions other than Medicine and Engineering has been ringing loud for some time now. The Apprentice Project is trying to solve that problem for kids

Published on 11th August 2021

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